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1.5kW Spindle (220 Volt)
$279.95
1.5kW Spindle (110 Volt) OUT OF STOCK
$349.95
Introduction:

This is a 1.5 kilowatt spindle which roughly translates to 2.01 HP. The spindle is water cooled which requires a pump and tubing. We are using a 300 gal/hr pump that can be purchased from the home improvement store submerged in a bucket of water, but a chiller can also be used. Do not attempt to wire your VFD or spindle on your own. Consult with a professional electrician before following the diagram.

Description:

The spindle, by itself, weighs 8.66 lbs.The diameter of the spindle cylindrical body is 80mm, so when finding a mount, use an 80mm mount.

Collet Size for 1.5kW Spindle: ER11

Refer to this product page for the VFD/Inverter (Variable Frequency Drive) parameters and programming

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